Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
Wiley Poundstone of The Marina Bar & Grill in Montgomery, Alabama is the creator of this. He said in his article in the Montgomery Advertiser that the sandwich sells pretty good. I'm posting it on Zaar for safe keeping. It does sound good.
- Beginning with one piece of bread, add a leaf of lettuce, 3 bacon slices and two of the fried green tomatoes.
- Top that with another piece of bread, a slice of cheese, the turkey slices, another leaf of lettuce, 2 more of the tomatoes and another piece of bread.
- Cut into 4 triangular sections and serve.
I am really late in posting a review for this one but I want to advise to rest assured this sandwich is a winner. Have made it a couple of times and my friends and I LOVE it. Don't knock it til you try it.
Never thought I would hear my DH tell me his sandwhich was too big, he does love big sandwhiches! I did add mayo and for bread I used Black Forest Pumpernickle. My DH must love me since he assured me that he did NOT remove the fried green tomatoes! Thank You